Madison Park 98112 Mold Removal Services

Preventing Mold Problems in Madison Park

If you have a mold problem in Madison Park, or want to make sure you don’t have one in the future, mold removal and remediation can help you breathe easy. Mold isn’t only a problem in Madison Park. Whether your home is still being built or you’ve lived there for years, mold growth can strike at any time.

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Table of Contents

  1. Mold Solutions in Madison Park
  2. Existing Mold in Madison Park
    1. Step 1: Finding the Mold
    2. Step 2: Containment
    3. Step 3: Mold Removers
    4. Step 4: Cleaning
    5. Step 5: Keeping Mold Gone
    6. Step 6: Last Appraisal
  3. Preventative Measures in Madison Park
  4. Finding the Mold in Madison Park
  5. Our Mold Remediation Strategy for Madison Park Residents

At Mold Solutions NW, we pride ourselves on appreciating the specific needs of Madison Park and the Pacific Northwest. With expertise and know-how, we stomp out mold growth and prevent regrowth. We love the northwest just as much as you do, so our services, while permanently removing mold, are still environmentally friendly and safe.

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Our services in Madison Park include Microbe Guard, a permanent, surface-modifying treatment that creates a new surface after it is applied. By resisting microbial assaults, the new surface can seal out mold, giving it no chance to grow. This is one piece of our comprehensive services. Mold is more than a surface problem – we look deeper and use methods focused on long-term prevention. This may be particularly important for those who are protecting a home while it is still under construction.

Our experts in Madison Park have an extraordinary safety record and use affordable and environmentally friendly products. That’s why we even offer a warranty to cement our commitment to getting rid of mold forever. There’s no need to worry about mold in Madison Park if you have mold solutions from our experienced team hard at work for you.

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Remediation, inspection for problems and prevention form the core of our strategy. All three of these aspects work in tandem to protect against mold and root it out wherever it may be hiding. After we address any existing issues, we’ll give you the peace of mind of preventative measures as well. Inspection can detect the hidden corners where mold likes to grow. If your building or home is under construction, we can apply preventative treatments to make sure you never have a problem in the future. But prevention can also be part of a remediation process. During a remediation, inspectors may recommend prevention methods.

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Mold Remediation in Madison Park 98112

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Mold remediation isn’t just for residential homes. Any structure can accrue mold buildup, including office buildings, schools and hospitals, and the people who use those buildings are in danger of getting sick from dangerous mold. It can be easy to miss it when mold strikes, though. Mold that grows in an unused location can be overlooked for a long time. This promotes the spread of mold, which can prove extremely dangerous for anyone living in or using the building that is infested.

Once you know or suspect you have a mold problem, though, remediation can clean up the issue. We track even the sneakiest mold and completely wipe it out. Our goal is 100% mold removal and prevention. The three tiers of our approach help us reach that goal.

Step 1: Detection in 98112

Our first step is to search the building high and low and find ever bit of mold that needs to be addressed. Some of the telltale signs include cracks, leaks and excess moisture that can promote mold growth. You can read more about how inspection figures into our broader plan for mold solutions below.

Step 2: Preventing Growth

If mold is discovered somewhere, we will need to use techniques to prevent it from branching out to other areas. Air scrubbers and plastic sheeting help keep the area where mold is discovered sealed off and safe. It is important before trying to remove the mold that we ensure that it cannot accidentally spread during the process. Even the tiny particles we can’t necessarily see are accounted for so they can’t escape into the air and find a new place to take root.

Step 3: Mold Solution Products

Now the mold is eliminated. Once we begin to treat the mold, Mold Solutions NW will use various products to eliminate the mold. One product we use is MMR, a commercial grade tool that gets deep beneath the outer layer to destroy mold. But mold may leave behind ugly stains after it is destroyed. Mold can stain things like wood as it grows, leaving behind permanent cosmetic damage even after it is gone. MMR helps Mold Solutions NW address stain concerns as well as mold growth by getting under the surface on affected areas.

Step 4: Cleaning

In the course of a remediation, we occasionally recommend discarding certain types of surfaces and objects. We will remove materials like carpeting, cabinetry, drywall and insulation during the process. Discarding damaged surfaces is part of our cleaning process and overall strategy for mold remediation in the structure. We use a HEPA vacuum while cleaning to make sure that invisible particles don’t escape into the air. This is a second stage of containment. We want to make doubly sure that mold doesn’t find a way out of the contained work area and into a different part of the building.

Step 5: Prevention

We don’t want to just get rid of the mold you see now, but also make sure you don’t find any new growth. We treat affected areas with an EPA-registered, safe product that destroys microbes trying to grow in your home. We have intentionally chosen a product that has no VOC emissions, is water-based and is non-toxic so that you don’t need to fear environmental contamination or health issues from chemicals. Our prevention methods are described more fully below. At Mold Solutions NW, we don’t just want to get rid of mold – we don’t want it to ever grow back.

Step 6: Last Appraisal

After removing and preventing the mold, we take a last look for any possible oversight. We check to make sure we removed all mold and contaminated items, and that we cleaned up the area where we worked. Then we back up our work with a 10-year warranty (as included in the bid). While the initial inspection is for finding the root of the problem, the final inspection helps us locate anything that could be an issue in the future and validate the integrity of our remediation work. Our confidence in this process stems from our inspectors’ expertise. They validate that the remediation was entirely successful and that the mold has not moved to a new location.

Mold Prevention in Madison Park 98112

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Our mold solutions will do more than simply get rid of existing mold. It isn’t sufficient to just kill and clean up mold where we find it. Stopping growth now must be coupled with stopping growth in the future. A tenant of our approach is future mold prevention. We understand how important prevention is for Madison Park and the Pacific Northwest in particular. The weather here is frequently wet and that can lead to significant mold problems in any building. It’s no surprise then that prevention is a big worry in this region.

Prevention is a frequent concern during construction of a new home. Wet weather has ample opportunity to compromise a home while it is exposed in the normal course of the building process. The constant moisture in the air and ground around the Pacific Northwest can promote mold growth. For these reasons, prevention comes often comes into play during the building phase, while there’s ample opportunity to come up with strategies and measures. Mold that finds a foothold during construction can hide in a home for years to come before finally being noticed. This can lead to structure damage and result in people getting sick. Family pets are also susceptible to getting sick from mold if it is in the house. Plus, surfaces like walls, ceilings and floors – and even the foundation – may be made weaker by a mold infestation.

There’s are just more reasons why prevention is so important. Mold prevention is also appropriate for the construction of non-residential buildings like offices and hospitals. Any new structure can get infested with mold before it’s even complete.

Mold Solutions NW uses a product called Microbe Guard for prevention efforts. Microbe Guard can establish a new layer over an existing surface such as a wall or section of flooring. Plus, attacking microbes will not be able to grow on this surface. Once Microbe Guard is applied, that area is protected against the invasion of mold spores trying to find a place to grow.

We are proud of our approach to preventing future mold growth in Madison Park. Prevention may take place before, during or after a broader mold remediation effort. When to apply preventative techniques comes down to the particular needs in your home or building.

Even a building that already has a mold problem will benefit from prevention. While it is common to focus on mold prevention during the construction of a building, it’s never too late to think about prevention. A well-loved and lived in house that has never had a problem may still need mold prevention. A current mold problem can concern your attention, but having a mind for prevention as well could leave you with a lasting sense of security. Part of our normal remediation process is, in fact, prevention. No matter why we are conducting a remediation in the first place, we want to stop mold from coming back to infest a home or building a second time.

We pride ourselves on offering full service mold inspection, remediation, removal and prevention as part of a comprehensive plan to eliminate mold. We focus on safety as well as precision to offer a permanent treatment to block invasive mold that can ruin your home and even cause illness.

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Finding the Mold in Madison Park

It’s not always easy to find mold. Therefore, our inspectors look high and low at all the places where mold might try to grow.

Mold can’t escape the careful eyes of our inspectors, who know how to search any home, office or other building for telltale signs. We aim to stop a mold growth before people or the structure itself is harmed in any way. Therefore, our mold inspection process is extremely thorough. Everyone at Mold Solutions NW understands that our beautiful Pacific Northwest can unfortunately promote mold growth.

Mold can be a frightening discovery because of its ability to get us sick. However, there are many other reasons just as important for killing mold in your home. It can not only be damaging to humans, but also beloved pets and the structures where it is growing. The foundation of the building could be dangerously compromised by mold that damages it as it grows undetected. Structural pieces like the walls and foundation of a building will get slowly but surely ruined by mold.

Remediation is crucial in situations where mold exists. The structural soundness of a building may wear away as mold spreads and takes hold. Mold Solutions NW offers expert inspectors who know exactly what to look for and won’t miss a trace of mold. That’s why we look at inspection as critical to the overall approach of mold remediation and prevention.

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Our Mold Remediation Strategy for Madison Park Residents

Mold growth can be stopped. Remediation is more than a quick fix to clean out mold growth, it is also a means of prevention. Mold Solutions NW understands the particular mold issues facing Madison Park and how to address them. That’s why our service centers around three crucial aspects: Remediation, prevention and inspection.

We believe these core principles of mold solutions provide a comprehensive service appropriate for any mold issues in Madison Park. The products we employ during our process are environmentally sound and EPA-registered, yet affordable for most budgets. We’re backed by our years of experience as well as our history of safe remediation efforts.